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September 21, 1998


By CBR Staff Writer

Fujitsu PC Corp, the Milpitas, California-based computer company, has updated its Lifebook range of Notebook Computers to try and improve sales in the US, where IDC recently ranked the company as the eighth largest laptop vendor. The notebooks range from the Lifebook C340 to the Lifebook L440 with processor power of Pentium II 233 MHz to Pentium II 266 MHz, memory and disk size from 32MB/3.2GB to 32MB/4.0GB and estimated street price of $1,499 to $3,399 respectively. The company has brought out three ranges of notebooks, the C-class, which targets the small office/home office market, the E-class for mid-sized business and the high-end L-class. The C- and E-class laptops are available now, whereas the L-class range, which includes the Lifebook L440, is due out in November.

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